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Client was charged with Felony Possession of a Controlled Substance. The Police claimed that while our Client was crossing the street, he dropped narcotics right in front of their police car which was traveling down the street our Client was crossing. The Officers detained our Client and allegedly recovered 8 ziplock baggies containing suspected heroin. Our Client had over $400 on his person which the police claimed was "drug money." All charges were dismissed at the preliminary hearing.
Client was charged with Felony Possession of a Controlled Substance. The Police were investigating a call of a man walking down the street yelling obscenities. They claim that our Client matched the description of the man and they tried to speak with him. It was at this point that the Police say that our Client attempted to swallow what they believed to be drugs. The Police claim that our Client voluntarily spit the drugs out (the same ones he was allegedly trying to hide by swallowing) but our client said they choked him to recover the narcotics. All charges were dismissed at the Preliminary Hearing.
Our Client was charged with Felony Possession of a Controlled Substance. The Police were executing a search warrant. They forced entry into the residence. Our Client was allegedly seen in the bathroom in possession of narcotics. Our Client did not live at the residence. All charges were dismissed at the Preliminary Hearing.
Our Client was charged with Aggravated Unlawful Use of a Weapon. The Police claim that they pulled our Client over for having a windshield with an obstructed view because a handicapped placard and air freshener were hanging from the rearview mirror. As an Officer approached from the passenger side, the grip of a gun was allegedly visible from underneath a tablet on the passenger seat. Our Client was asked out of the vehicle and the fully loaded .380 was recovered. While searching the vehicle the Police also discovered a fully loaded .40 caliber weapon. At the preliminary hearing, the Officer could not explain why he pulled the vehicle over for obstructed view when the placard was hanging from the rearview mirror precisely as it was designed to do. All charges were dismissed at the Preliminary Hearing!